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Q: Is square a parallelogram with all sides equal?

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A parallelogram where all sides are equal is a square.

It becomes a square.

No but a square and a rhombus have 4 equal sides

No. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all equal sides. A parallelogram with all equal angles is a rectangle (which might also be a rhombus and a square).

If all four sides are equal, it must be a rhombus, which is a parallelogram. The square is a special case of a rhombus.

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A parallelogram where all sides are equal is a square.

This would be a square. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all sides equal. A square is a rhombus with all angles equal (to 90Â°)

TrapazoidAns2:If all 4 sides are equal the quadrangle must be a parallelogram. If it has all angles equal and all sides equal it is a special case of a parallelogram called a square.

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sometimes, a square is a parallelogram and it has all equal sides

It's all of these: -- parallelogram -- rhombus -- rectangle -- square

It becomes a square.

No but a square and a rhombus have 4 equal sides

No. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all equal sides. A parallelogram with all equal angles is a rectangle (which might also be a rhombus and a square).

If all four sides are equal, it must be a rhombus, which is a parallelogram. The square is a special case of a rhombus.

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